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post #29511 of 36772 (permalink) Old 01-15-2013, 05:09 PM
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Standing joke at the house. I would become a dancer and invite all her friends down for Pot Belly Tues night.

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With hubby hobbling around on crutches, Hondo has decided he needs to walk between the crutch and hubby's leg. Someone is going to get their neck broken.

I can't decide why Hondo thinks this position is so important for him to be in. And of course, hubby is wearing Hondo pants 24/7.

If hubby is using the wheel chair, Hondo follows him. But with the crutches, he's snug against his leg. Crazy dog.

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With hubby hobbling around on crutches, Hondo has decided he needs to walk between the crutch and hubby's leg. Someone is going to get their neck broken.

I can't decide why Hondo thinks this position is so important for him to be in. And of course, hubby is wearing Hondo pants 24/7.

If hubby is using the wheel chair, Hondo follows him. But with the crutches, he's snug against his leg. Crazy dog.

Just curious, what did you promise Hondo if he takes Mike out?

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Just curious, what did you promise Hondo if he takes Mike out?
Awe man...you just ruined my alibi....

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This thread has become fairly lame as of late. Ordered a new leash from activedogs.com. They have some neat stuff on that site. I need a pay raise to support my habit.

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This thread has become fairly lame as of late. Ordered a new leash from activedogs.com. They have some neat stuff on that site. I need a pay raise to support my habit.
I was thinking the same thing. I keep in touch on facebook now, hah! More "instant gratification" I suppose



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Hubby is set up in a lazyboy. We have this light throw that he uses. Maggie snuggles in between the arm of the chair and hubby. Hubby was trying to nap, but Maggie kept moving around so he kicked her off the chair.

He was just in the twilight zone when he felt the throw slowly being pulled off of him. He opened his eyes and from the floor, Maggie was pulling the throw. He watched her as she dragged it from him into the middle of the room. She bundled it all up, crept under it and went to sleep.

Obviously, she has learned a lot more from me than I have given her credit for.

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Hubby is set up in a lazyboy. We have this light throw that he uses. Maggie snuggles in between the arm of the chair and hubby. Hubby was trying to nap, but Maggie kept moving around so he kicked her off the chair.

He was just in the twilight zone when he felt the throw slowly being pulled off of him. He opened his eyes and from the floor, Maggie was pulling the throw. He watched her as she dragged it from him into the middle of the room. She bundled it all up, crept under it and went to sleep.

Obviously, she has learned a lot more from me than I have given her credit for.

Does that mean you sleep on the floor at your house or maybe you are like my wife who tends take more than her fair share of the blanket.

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Does that mean you sleep on the floor at your house or maybe you are like my wife who tends take more than her fair share of the blanket.
I take more than my fair share of the blankets...although I have been known to sleep on the floor....

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